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Kenya hopes to leverage on nuclear energy by 2022 to control cancer

HEALTH & SCIENCE

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta today held extensive discussions with the newly appointed Director for International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Professor Shaukat Abdulrazak over the ravages of cancer in the country.

Kenya hopes to leverage on nuclear energy by 2022 to control cancer

By Murigi Macharia | 5 years ago

African governments asked to reduce the costs of cancer drugs, vaccines and treatment

African governments asked to reduce the costs of cancer drugs, vaccines and treatment

The First Ladies said making the drugs and vaccines available and affordable is one of the sure ways to halt and contain the dreaded cancer scourge.

Murigi Macharia and PSCU | 5 years ago

The internet should be made safe for the children, urges President Uhuru

President Uhuru Kenyatta today asked parents, teachers and technology providers to ensure children only access a safer internet and use information technology responsibly

Murigi Macharia | 6 years ago

Time to review military co-operation with Britain

There are genuine reasons why Kenya should deny the British the annual permit for its troops to train in Kenya.

Murigi Macharia | 7 years ago

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